About The Course
5040 Arroyo Road - Livermore, CA 94550
The Bay Area’s premier golf course, The Course at Wente Vineyards opened in July 1998. Designed by golfing great Greg Norman, the 18-hole championship course is a picturesque 7,181-yard, par-72, upscale, daily-fee golf course tucked away in the scenic, rural Livermore Valley, 50 minutes east of San Francisco. With three distinct topographies, native woodlands, mature vineyards and rolling hills of natural grasslands, The Course at Wente Vineyards offers extraordinary visual panoramas and a diversity of play unmatched in the Bay Area. Designed for both novice and pro, The Course has played host to the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship, part of the PGA Tour’s Nationwide Tour.
GREG NORMAN and WENTE VINEYARDS Click Here
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DRESS CODE: Collared shirts with slacks or walking shorts are required on The Course; no denim, please.
“I can stand here as the head of my development company and honestly say this is my best effort.”
“Greg Norman and his design team have carefully grafted holes to an exquisite site marked by native woodlands, rolling hills and mature vineyards.”
“I enjoyed your golf course very much, a beautiful resort-type course set in the hillside amongst your wonderful vineyards almost as a dramatic landscape feature which clearly made a statement.”
-Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
“Wente Vineyards is unlike any other Norman design I’ve played. The challenge at Wente was to fit a golf course along the base of barren California foothills and within the framework of working vineyards. No hokey holes, no impossible carries, no ridiculous greens. Just good solid golf, a very attractive course in great shape, worth at least 115 bucks. On Golf Digest’s 10 point scale (1 being Unacceptable, 5 being Good, 10 being Absolutely Perfect), I give The Course at Wente Vineyards a score of 8.5.”
-Golf Digest, by Ron Whitten